Fans wonder why Nintendo celebrates GBA’s 20th anniversary but skipped Zelda’s 35th anniversary

It seems that a recent message from Nintendo has caught the attention of its fans, especially those who are fans of The Legend of Zelda.

This is because Nintendo of America recently posted a tweet congratulating the classic Game Boy Advance console on its 20th anniversary. However, many have pointed out how in February, which was the 35th anniversary of The Legend of Zelda, it said nothing.

While the GBA is one of the most successful consoles of all time with over 80 million units sold, the Zelda franchise should not be overlooked. For this reason, many wonder why he didn’t post a message at the time.

It is suspected that this is due to the imminent release of Skyward Sword HD on Nintendo Switch, but it could also be related to the rumoured 35th anniversary collection of The Legend of Zelda, the sequel to Breath of the Wild or other celebrations planned for this year that have made the company decide to wait to officially celebrate this anniversary.